old-time dance

old-time dance

n
(Dancing) Brit a formal or formation dance, such as the lancers
old-time dancing n
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Their repertoire includes not only old-time dance tunes but also songs from traditions such as bluegrass, classic rock, folk and blues.
Naturally, she learned the Old-Time dance style too.
Jayne Houdyshell (as the "Broadway Baby") and Terri White (as the woman in the mirror) are both ferocious knockouts, with Mary Beth Peil (as Solange from Paree) and Susan Watson (paired with Don Correia in an old-time dance act) every bit as welcome.
B.B.: Either when I play my fiddle at an old-time dance, when I'm able to see the good and positive things that sometimes don't always seem to be apparent, or, when I'm flying and I can see the world in a different way.
PENSIONERS Peter and Kathleen Toner were killed yesterday while being driven home from an old-time dance evening.
Their humorously exaggerated exploits of rural agrarian life were just as foreign to many of the urban members of his audiences as his repertoire of old-time dance tunes.
The repertoire of many African American old-time string bands is also very broad and frequently includes blues, jazz, ragtime, and folk songs in addition to old-time dance tunes.
The Red Lion Convention Center is hosting an old-time dance with caller tonight and a late night jam on Saturday from 10 p.m.
Tom McCarthy will play ceilidh and old-time dance music.
The owner of the property organised old-time dances and police were exploring the theory that the prowler - who was also the killer - was a "dance-hater" who disliked Mrs Mogano's dance background.
David Bruce, 68, Hebburn, retired lieutenant-colonel: I love old-time dances ( the Moonlight Sonata and the royal empress tango.
Meanwhile, a VE Day 60th anniversary event at Middlesbrough's Acklam Garden City Club is on Sunday, May 8, from 7pm, with ballroom dancing, old-time dances and singalongs.